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Fountain Of Wealth is located in one of the largest malls in Singapore – the Suntec City. This Fountain has been listed as the largest fountains in the world by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998. There are many bridges near the Fountain of Wealth Singapore.

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3 Bridges Near Fountain Of Wealth Singapore

Here are the popular bridges near Fountain Of Wealth Singapore for you to visit with your loved ones:

1. The Helix Bridge

The Helix Bridge

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The Helix Bridge, officially The Helix, and previously known as the Double Helix Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area in Singapore. It was officially opened on 24 April 2010 at 9 pm; however, only half was opened due to ongoing construction at the Marina Bay Sands. It is located beside the Benjamin Sheares Bridge and is accompanied by a vehicular bridge, known as the Bayfront Bridge. The entire bridge was opened on 18 July 2010 to complete the entire walkway around Marina Bay.

The design consortium is an international team comprising Australian architects the Cox Architecture and engineers Arup, and Singapore based Architects 61. Canopies (made of fritted-glass and perforated steel mesh) are incorporated along parts of the inner spiral to provide shade for pedestrians. The bridge has four viewing platforms sited at strategic locations which provide stunning views of the Singapore skyline and events taking place within Marina Bay. At night, the bridge will be illuminated by a series of lights that highlight the double-helix structure, thereby creating a special visual experience for the visitors.

Pairs of coloured letters c and g, as well as a and t on the bridge which are lit up at night in red and green represent cytosine, guanine, adenine and thymine, the four bases of DNA. The intentional left handed DNA-like design, which is the opposite of normal DNA on earth, earned it a place in The Left Handed DNA Hall of Fame in 2010. The Land Transport Authority claimed it is a world first in architectural and engineering bridge design. It won the ‘World’s Best Transport Building’ award at the World Architecture Festival Awards in the same year. It has also been recognised by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) at the BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards in 2011.

2. The Benjamin Sheares Bridge


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The Benjamin Sheares Bridge is highly popular in Singapore for being the longest bridge in the country. The bridge that was opened in 1981 spans a distance of 1.8 km. With a height of 29 metres (95 ft), the Benjamin Sheares Bridge is also the tallest bridge in Singapore. It is also known as ‘Jambatan Benjamin Sheares’ in Malay. The bridge has been named after the second president of the Republic, Dr. Benjamin Henry Sheares. He had passed away just 4 months before the bridge was opened to the public. The Benjamin Sheares Bridge was constructed at a cost of S$110 million. It is a part of the East Coast Parkway (ECP), located towards the Western end of the expressway.

The Benjamin Sheares Bridge passes over the Kallang Basin and Marina Bay and runs along mainland Singapore’s Southern coast. This bridge also crosses through the planning areas including Kallang, Marina East, Marina South, and Downtown Core. The built has been made with pre-stressed concrete and stands strong. It was built over the land that was reclaimed by Sato Kogyo, a construction company. The Benjamin Sheares Bridge connects East Coast Parkway on the East Coast of Singapore to Marina Bay on the West Coast of this island country. Various popular events are hosted on this bridge, for instance, it is the venue for the annual SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon (formerly the Sheares Bridge Run). The Benjamin Sheares Bridge’s picture has been featured on the rear panel of the Ship Series S$50 banknote.

3. The Suspension Bridge


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This can easily be termed as the highlight of Palawan Beach. The beach is connected to the extreme southern point of Asia by this suspension bridge where there are facilities to arrange some great party events or a memorable special occasion. There are numerous fun and team building activities taking place in which you can take part. The place is famous for the most exclusive and happening parties in the area. Even if you are interested in spending some serene time, then this Palawan Beach bridge offers the perfect backdrop. The bridge has two tall towers for getting those amazing views of the South China Sea and the entire area too. Enjoy the cool sea breeze and watch the huge ships and containers pass by; the place will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated like no other.

Read More: The Ultimate Palawan Beach Guide To Help You Plan Your Next Escape To Singapore

Plan a trip to Singapore and visit these bridges near Fountain Of Wealth Singapore. This is an amazing tourist place in Singapore.

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